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Hello! Welcome to Tuesday Tea With Catherine. This is week six! I am very excited about this week’s Tuesday Tea! First of all, I just celebrated my four-year anniversary with my hubby last week, my birthday is next week, and fall is around the corner! How much better can it get? Ha!
I hope you are having a good week so far (you survived Monday, right?). I am excited to share some new tea and fun fall links with you today!
Fall is fast approaching, and it is one of my favorite times of the year. The weather is amazing (mostly, Georgia can have some crazy weather sometimes), the activities are endless, and the smells are my favorite! The weather in North Georgia this week has felt amazing, and it has me ready for fall!
Are you ready? Grab your favorite mug, honey, tea, and let’s go!
This week, I am trying one of the Sanderson Sisters loose leaf brews (like last week).
I am trying the blend called Winnie loose leaf tea.
The ingredients are Black Tea, Clove, Cinnamon, Cardamon, Apple & Orange Peel. We will see how it tastes compared to last week’s tea. I thought the Clove and Cinnamon were strong (too strong for me at least) last week.
I put the loose leaf tea in my small strainer, grabbed my favorite wildflower honey and my favorite mug (my adorable friend mug- heart eyes!).
I usually sweeten my teas with honey, and I prefer to use a wildflower honey. I think the wildflower honey tastes amazing!
I like this tea blend a lot more than the tea I tried last week (Sarah loose leaf tea- Sanderson Sisters). The Cinnamon and Clove are not as bold. I can mostly taste the cinnamon and more of an orange flavor, which I like.
Overall, I like the tea, but I do not think I will add this to my list of “must-have” teas on hand. Once again, if you like Cinnamon and Clove, you will probably love this tea! It is very easy to sip on and would be perfect for a breezy fall morning.
During this last week, I have been getting into some fall things!
I hope to decorate my house this week with all things fall. I have also pulled out some of my favorite candles and other scents. I am an apple lover this time of year (sorry to all of my pumpkin spice fans!).
I love to decorate with pumpkins, but I am definitely an apple girl. I love the smells of anything apple scented, and I’m even crazier about it if it’s apple pie, haha! I also prefer to drink hot apple cider over pumpkin spice.
Which one is your preferred Fall flavor or scent? I’d love to know!
I am sharing a couple of links with you today with some fun fall things to do, recipes, and just some of my favorite fall things! These are some posts I have shared or discovered this week! Re-fill your tea and join me for some fall fun today.
This year, I wanted to be able to enjoy the fall season in simple ways. I get tired of always being busy and on the go. I put together a list of ways to enjoy the fall season simply indoors and outdo0rs.
This fall, I want to enjoy nice walks outside, take in the nice weather and the beautiful changing leaves, enjoy an evening of s’mores with the family, go to a corn maze, and eat LOTS of corn at the fair.
What do you want to do this fall? You can check out the rest of my Simple Fall Ideas here!
My ABSOLUTE FAVORITE candle for the fall season (and sometimes throughout the year) is this Warm Apple Pie candle. I found it a few years ago and fell in love! It will have your whole house smelling fabulous in no time!
As I mentioned before, I love apple cider! Having a warm cup of apple cider on a cold evening warms my soul. Usually, I just use the apple cider packets, mix them with water, and heat it in the microwave. They taste really good!
But, nothing beats hot apple cider cooked on the stove with fresh ingredients.
I ran across this recipe this week while I was looking for a homemade apple cider recipe. It looks easy and sounds delicious! I will be trying it out in the next few weeks, and I will let you know how it tastes.
Do you have a favorite recipe for fall? I would love to hear about it. Please drop a comment with your favorite recipe or favorite thing to eat or drink during fall.
Grab your free fall printable checklist to write down everything you hope to do this fall.
I hope this has inspired you to start decorating for fall and find some simple ways to enjoy fall with your family this year. You don’t have to do a lot. Find a few simple yet fun things to do, be present, and take lots of photos to look back on.
Until next time,